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  1. #1 Question about analytical instrumentation: XDR 
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    Um, what is it?

    I am up for an interview for a position that requires experience in a slew of instruments; I have experience in all of them except XDR.

    I don't even know what it is. The other instruments deal with identification AND physical properties, so that's no hint.

    I have tried googling, but just get a lot of hits for Sun Microsystems software and astronomy. I haven't slogged through them all yet. [I don't mind researching, but I consider asking for help a form of research.]

    If anyone could even tell me analytical technique the acronym stands for, I could do enough research for the interview.


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    Are you sure it's not "XRD" as in x-ray diffraction? That's a common technique...


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    I thought of that; but this was an on-line posting, and those are relatively easy to correct. Actually, TLAs are seldom screwed up in postings.

    Still ... is XRD used in solid-state?
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